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I'd do the loyola patent fair anyway. Aim for IP litigation at GP firms.
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czelede wrote:My college had latin honors depending on which "college" you graduated from. Engineering didn't have them. Liberal arts and sciences did though. There were a bunch of different colored cords you could earn for graduation in liberal arts whereas for engineering, I think there was only a big tassel thing for being top 3%. There was also a scholar program throughout the whole college that you got a cord for unless you were in engineering, in which case all you got was to put it on your resume for employers to stare at with confusion.
I had the opposite experience. Engineering students got latin honors. and 3.7+ was summa cum laude (as it should be considering 4 years of engineering school is no cake walk).
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